Providence Academy provides a variety of extracurricular activities in the arts, athletics, religious associations, academic programs, and service work. Below is a description of the various clubs and sports available to specified age groups:
Cross Country: WIAA cross country is available for boys and girls grades 9th - 12th.
Basketball: Intramural basketball is available for boys and girls grades 6th - 12th.
Volleyball: Intramural volleyball is available for boys and girls 6th - 12th.
Ballroom Dancing: Available to students in 8th - 12th grade in the spring semester.
Schoenstatt Girls: A program for girls in grades 3rd - 8th provided through the Schoenstatt Sisters. The girls learn about classic female saints and work on devotionals and Christian lifestyle lessons to receive their dedication as a Marian Apostle.
GRACE Club (Girls Revealing A Christian Example): Available to girls grades 6th- 12th. The girls meet twice a month for either social activities or service projects for the school, Church and the community . A weekend retreat will also be an opportunity for the girls one weekend of the semester.
Vocation Club: A program for boys in grades 4th - 12th that includes a monthly meeting with prayer and discussion. A weekend campout including canoeing and fishing will also be an opportunity one weekend of the summer.
Spring Play: Available to all students in grades 4th - 12th. The students are given a chance to try out for roles or help in the stage crew for the play production at the end of the spring semester.
WSMA: Wisconsin State Music Association solo ensemble, for girls and boys grades 6-12.
Chess Club: Available to all grades and meets once a week year round. There is an end of the year tournament through the club where all the participating students compete in an all day chess event.
Student Council: Available for high school students. Elections take place for treasurer, president, etc. and those elected will be in charge of the decisions dealing with fundraising and service hour activities. The yearbook is also handled and designed by the Student Council.
The Rome Program: This optional trip requires fundraising from the student council for the high school students to travel to Rome in the summer. The students will visit historical sites such as the Roman Ruins, the Coliseum, St. Peter’s Basilica, and several other locations in the heart of Rome.
Washington D.C.: A 7th and 8th grade trip is offered over spring break to explore Gettysburg and landmarks of our country’s history. Visits to the John Paul II Institute, The Shrine of Our Lady of America, and various museums are also included.